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Finding God"s Will for Your Life (Video)

by James Dobson

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NO OF PAGES: 0 SUB CAT I: Sexuality SUB CAT II: SUB CAT III: DESCRIPTION: A powerful video series featuring psychologist and best-selling author Dr. James Dobson, the "Life on the Edge" presentations give young people the critical skills to view themselves and others with dignity, create lasting relationships, stand up to peer pressure and discover God's best for their lives. Video number one, Finding God's Will for Your Life, helps teens and young adults develop a skill they'll need the rest of their lives -- making godly decisions. Recommended for ages 16 to 26. Approximately 52 minutes.NOTES: Graciously donated by Mr. & Mrs. Roger Wilcox. SUBTITLE: Life on the Edge Video #1 - Preparing For the Challenges of Adulthood
  BeitHallel | Feb 18, 2011 |
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